Intermediate

Skiathos

Skiathos

This quilt was inspired by a bar on the Greek island of Skiathos....

Konkret I - Free Pattern

Konkret I

The “Konkret I” cushion was inspired by the vanguard design concepts by the famous German Bauhaus architects and artists in Weimar, Dessau and Berlin between 1919 and 1933...

ColourPlay

ColourPlay

Here, we present an interesting alternative use of Jelly Rolls: An abstract geometric „ColourPlay“ design for a triptych wallhanging solely made with precut fabric strips and inspired by the famous Bauhaus artists and architects. 

The Hortus Conclusus Quilt

The Hortus Conclusus Quilt

The Hortus Conclusus quilt is a medallion style quilt with a traditional centre block motif called “The Castle Garden” surrounded by seven borders pieced from half-square triangles alternating with strip borders made up of fabric stripes of different widths..

Classic Quilt Blocks - no templates, please!

Date: 
13. October 2013 - 10:00 - 17:00
Location: 
Quilt around the World GmbH, Groß-Nabas-Straße 3, 81827 München
Event Type: 
Workshop
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Classic quilt blocks consist mostly of squares and triangles. So much geometry mustn't be boring however. This class teaches you how to sew most of these blocks without the help of templates - it will be just you and your rotary cutter...

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Classic quilt blocks consist mostly of squares and triangles. So much geometry mustn't be boring however. This class teaches you how to sew most of these blocks without the help of templates - it will be just you and your rotary cutter.

The class is held in German, but we will do our utmost to accomodate you if you don't speak German. Please contact us BEFORE enrolling.

Venue:

Quilt around the World GmbH

Groß-Nabas-Str. 3

81827 Muenchen

Germany

Dirndl Susi

Dirndl Susi

The 9th block in the American Impressions block series was supposed to be a Southern Belle or a Sunbonnet Sue. Both patterns which would fit in nicely with the Virginia theme underlying the soon to be finished American Impressions Sampler....

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Turmoil

Turmoil

The Turmoil quilt combines a well-known cut twice/sew twice technique and free motion quilting to express movement, speed and – nomen est omen – turmoil...

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Practice makes perfect (?)

Practice makes perfect (?)

Free-motion machine quilting is a skill which needs practice. A lot of practice. Different patterns or motifs require a variety of “techniques”, e. g. corners vs curves, continuous lines vs self-contained motifs, evenly spaced vs randomly placed lines etc...

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Do You Remember the Seagreen Quilt?

Seagreen

Quite some time ago we presented the Seagreen project, a quilt designed to showcase several different feather handquilting motifs...

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Quilt as You Go

Quilt as You Go

Quilting a large quilt takes time, even when you are quilting by machine. No matter which quilting technique you are using, managing a large quilt sandwich strains the hands, shoulders and back. And for all of us who are working with a regular household sewing machine, getting the bulk of three quilt layers into the machine’s throat space and moving it around smoothly to achieve beautifully executed quilting lines is not for the faint-hearted...

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